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ah, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race is on often very dramatic development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult time. time to sit down and talk a very taboo. canada hasn't been very good to indigenous women and girls who have been missing or found murdered because of structural racism, history, the cloning of history that canada has worked,
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indigenous people and communities and to get so shameful history and a history that calendar doesn't like to talk about not until just into those election in 2015 with a to abuse of colonization. finally shuddered. a cone beam elected prime minister, the young head of state give a message to the 1st nations community working together timely the government of canada. sincerely apologize, us and asks the forgiveness of the aboriginal peoples of this country for failing them, so profoundly have to apologizing to residential school victims. i. mr. tackle the scandalous amazon
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for many decades, indigenous women and girls across canada have disappeared, suffered violence, or been killed. it is shameful, it is absolutely unacceptable and it must end for the 1st time in the country's history, he acknowledged genocide. this is a gift to the prime minister. 6 dustin trudel has raised the hopes of an entire people, but indigenous women are still dying. ah! after all the promises, grieving, families expect action because most cases are never
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settled. i wanna make a theresa 100 of these little things, maybe more red dresses to denounce the murders and disappearances from school. i know has been affected by this sad reality. her niece died 4 years earlier, found murdered in the basement of her house. the filled forever showing the case has never been solved when a big police are putting out another cough for public assistance in a definite a woman more than 7 months ago. and you went to, it didn't mention this call is asked to call investigators that said this year will be 4 years that she's been gone. ah,
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they said they're gay. notified a fabiola. 1 tiger and they don't notify the family and her family refused to admit defeat. they will not let it go through with wow. and a betty is fighting for the truth as well. ah, for her the scandal of fem aside is a personal issue. her sister died 4 years ago under suspicious circumstances with she was found by a person that was walking your dog in this area here. we were told that she had been there for possibly for 2 days.
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we don't know what happened ever since then. ever since may 2016, we been looking for answers in the body bore signs of a beating with wounds to the head and a fractured sterner. the police concluded death by alcohol poisoning. i refused to accept that someone can say, oh, you know what she died of alcohol poisoning because it makes me angry that if it was a caucasian middle aged man that was found there. like, do you think the same the investigation would have been done? the same way, no, it wouldn't have, they would have been working really hard to find the answers. and so why are
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we have less value? ah, we're disposable. you know, that if one of us dies, that, you know, it doesn't really matter. there's lots of people who have committed murder in this city and other parts of canada who are walking around free with a homicide rate, 4 times greater than the national average. thunder bay is dub canada's crime cavity . dozens of suspicious deaths are closed without investigation, often involving 1st nations women. ah,
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for a long time the reality remained hidden until the report by a police watchdog except the cat among the pigeons. mm. mm. a skating report by ontario's police watch dog has found thunder based police service, is rife with racism. and the handling of at least 9 cases involving the sudden death of indigenous people were so problematic. they should be re investigated. i found a systemic racism exist in thunder bay police service at an institutional level. investigations were too often handled differently because the decease was indigenous investigators ignored evidence potentially pointed to a non accidental cause of contribution to the death. at least 9 of these cases should be re investigated by a multi disciplinary team. ah,
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ah, after months of negotiations, we are given permission to cover the reopening of these 9 neglected cases. but at the last moment, the chief investigator, fails to show the replacement officer was sent to accompany us a local policeman. cities been painted in a little bit of a negative light recently just with a lot of negative media. our crime. we've been at the top of some of the pretty bad categories when it comes to crime. so your domestics are violent crimes or murder work or higher up there. so a lot of people see that and aid paint funner bay with a certain brush. i don't want anyone thinking that investigations are cut short, so we're here to reinvestigate these 9 and kind of go over the top. make sure every
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single thing is found. every stone is overturned, the officer must restore the police services prestige. it's a daunting task. i feel like that's gonna go a long way and rebuild a lot of the relationships between the police and the community. so we're arrived on scene here. it's our only indoor scene of the 9 scenes that were re investigating. so the access is going to be limited. so that's $210.00 east victoria avenue. ah. from the very 1st crime scene clear, kept at a distance or guys seizes the opportunity to make a few calls and check to his colleagues.
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we leave the car, but the microphone inside is still switched on. oh, i agreed to do this. these 2 french guys are hilarious. they're amazing. trust me, i got a mike on. i got a mike on turn the thing off. we were turned to the car from someone who is the policeman. seems put out by our questions on him and right, right. he redefines the rules governing or interviewing is there a link between this crimes comes at richard? i'm sure the schools with all due respect, gentlemen, we've known each other for a couple hours in the way that there's so much negativity given on to the police that i don't especially the front of a police. i just don't feel comfortable giving those types of answers that could be chopped and put back together. do you know what i'm saying? i see. ah,
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there are 3 bodies done here. the tour of crime scenes continues carefulness. no gentlemen, for we carry on along the river of tears, a canal with a sinister reputation. oh, in recent years, several indigenous corpses had been fish out of these waters. some of these cases are part of a new investigation. careful where you walk guys, because there's a lot of empty packages here from needles. so just have a look while you're walking. also unexplained. the deaths have been filed under accidental. that's what the police once com record it in there
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with. so this is area, christine glory, was found at the end of march 2016. right by the sign was 29 at the time. the woman was found in the early hours, her pants town and clothes scattered. despite signs of sexual activity and traces of dna held on file, the police quickly closed the case. officially, christina died from hypothermia. why was it's classified as a sudden death? you're saying? yeah. because there was no evidence to say otherwise to lead it into an or criminal investigation. so you can't create evidence freight. if you're living a higher risk lifestyle and you're constantly using and abusing substances,
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then you're gonna put yourself in high risk situations. so for the youths that live that lifestyle, whether whatever race they be, it's, you know, when you're doing that, you're playing a different game. there's, there's a bigger chance of something bad can happen if you surround yourself in situations that have a greater risk to them, to your health and safety. so ah, the usual reference to the indigenous lifestyle it is a common argument put forward by the police with the investigations now reopened. it's a sensitive subject to the case manager can leopard wanted to stick the line of questioning strictly to questions about the scenes. he didn't know that we would be doing all the stuff while at them. so what,
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what is the program is to talk about politics. ah, yeah he, i think that might be part of it. i don't think he wants. i think he wants to keep the focus for us as investigator simply on the 9, the 9 deaths because it's a sensitive question. very sensitive question. um, it's got some sensitive elements to it for sure. but we could talk and if i don't feel comfortable asking, answering a question that i won't answer ah, the following morning we make one final attempt at a crime scene with
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ah, the atmosphere has become even more frosty overnight. so anyway, i apologize. they told me not to ride with you guys and everybody scared that i don't know. i thought we had some good dialogue yesterday with them. the police chief arrives gentlemen. hey, how are you this morning? we're good hope you are my whole bunch of day. we're going to be all very close here. so what i was going to do is keep the media here in the parking lot so you can stay warm or we're going to be so you'll be able to see us doing our work from here. it takes investigators only a few minutes complete their mission. ah few
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in thunder bay believe that the re investigation of these cases will produce results for her part. i know continues to move heaven and earth to find the truth about her murdered niece. with my beautiful, my beautiful name. once a year, every year she gathers the family outside the house where her niece died. i need to line on, i think, i think is a, this is all that i have to keep alive the memory of her dead nice
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a after years of denial in silence the grievances of 1st nations people. so finally being aired, demonstrators gather outside the prime minister's office, and the order was part of the building has as an indigenous years, leading the meeting with the recognize the non indigenous books that are supporting as the stand i with the minister training when you're guilty, it's systemic and reckless discrimination against 1st nation children. you cough up, you pay up and you say, sorry, i, wow,
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i want to say how inspired i am to see young indigenous standing up and their allies and the women were walking and proud of telling canada that there is a better way forward in that way. is respecting the land and respecting the treaties and respecting the people i am honored to be with c. thank you. so charlie angus is one of the only politicians in canada to defend the rights of 1st nations, peoples for more than 20 years. he has been present at every battle. his activism was triggered by events at the residential schools of my mind like a member of parliament. these youngsters one candidate to acknowledge his role in the darker side of its history. ah, and finally break the taboos of colonization. i was almost 40 years old before ever stepped foot on reserve
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when i was elected my region, is that some of the poorest for station communities anywhere? and i remember saying when i 1st landed in this community, it was just, it looked like a prisoner of war, kim and i said, what did the other member of parliament say when he came here? and they laughed, they said the member of parliament came to us. we had to find him. how can that be my country like canada? me did you print my thing? that's canada. we think we know our history. we think we know our neighbors. and yet, just the side, a big center, there will be a reserve where there's no clean water since 2013 charlie angus has been fighting alongside the victims of st. and were children were tor on the electric
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chair. yeah. unlike other victims of residential schools, they have received no financial reparations with the abuse. they suffered legal proceedings have been rumbling on for years and to become a symbol of a national scandal. these are all from the police investigations that were done at saint ann's report. the interview with a police officer was there use of an electric chair to administer shocks to children who were tied in the chair. yes, there were consistent reports to the electric chair. some report suggested it was used for entertainment. there were beatings. children forced, he thrown vomit? yes. numerous people edge alleged that it affected them was their homosexual rape? yes. had her sexual rate. yes. it's like a horror movie. it goes on and on, on and on. when the case came to
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court, the canadian government adopted an odd position it refused to handle for evidence. victims no longer have access to their own testimony. it will take years for them to recover it. all the government was forced to turn over those documents. but then they blacked out the names of many of the perpetrators. what we got back was page after page after page of empty documents, the government blocked out. almost all the evidence within the documents weren't useful to many of the worst criminals got away. the bishop's got away. ah, the ones who done most of the damage never got charged. ah . okay, i got to go. i
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used to think they were trying to hide somebody. i thought there was some bishop very important. but what they're protecting is they're protecting the government of canada from having to pay its obligations. now they're facing canada. billions of dollars for this generation of indigenous children who are being taken away from their families. losing the case against saint ins might bring to light other scandals and caused the state. dear, i welcome to ontario power flowers. the ones who need flowers got snow in parliament session is about to begin. and i'm going to be asking to find the government in
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contempt of parliament, florida for falsifying informations 2 years earlier, the mpg prime minister to the matter of evidence being concealed by the government generations log. remember, for timmins, james bay children at st and residential school, suffered nightmarish levels of abuse, torture and child rape. and yet the office of the attorney general suppressed thousands of pages of police evidence that identified those perpetrators. and in doing so, they had cases thrown out and undermine the hearing. and now that the justice department has been forced to turn over those documents, the claimant's inadmissible. unless the survivor finds a witness to verify these atrocities, to the prime minister, enough to survivors his shane and his are a better will he instruct his garment to end this obstruction of justice against the survivors, saying as once and far off, auto prime minister deals done through indigenous people,
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over decades and centuries of colonialism in this country are shameful and are something that we need to learn from and move forward on that includes respecting the rights of indigenous peoples now in all their different aspects. and that's why we're working with survivors. work working with communities to ensure that we can move forward in a way that is fully respectful of all their rights as we get a get to the bottom of this of understand their history and make reparations in the right way moving forward. ah, despite the prime minister's promises for the canadian government has adopted a new strategy and gone on the attack, ah, they will go to any lengths to unsettled their opponents over $3000000.00 are being
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spent on court costs. ah, the government of the preferred seems to side with the perpetrators and they're telling the public that they, with the latest act of this cynical approach is to prosecute the victims lawyer. ah, said bruning is represented the satan's plaintiffs for 10 years. as a volunteer on this occasion, it is her clients who will be supporting her in a toronto courtroom with like edmund. they have come from all over ontario for the trial.
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ah. how are you, my friend? after to see? oh i never let it keeps you keep moving. i my brain. oh, good year. that's a record to canada standpoint. in the 1st case of its kind, why the lawyer is accused of slandering the court. ah, the potential $25000.00 fine. would force her to withdraw her commitment to the victims cause a after a short hearing the judge rules in her favor, thanks to the survivors of saint anne's,
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residential school. the whole people has just won its 1st battle and with it some kind of revenge on history. and the philosophy which they said was to kill the indian and the child, which meant took them from their family and their land. they would cease to be indian people, but what they did was they created generations of damaged people, but never stop being indian people. ah, we are not free. we are prisoners of canada. in 2020, i apologize. apology. but the reality is, i still have my brand number i
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will continue to fight until they say no more. no more reserves were free. ah ah. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation, let it be in arms. race is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally
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and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful. very katy killed time. time to sit down and talk a will never be a victory for russia. we solutions, you will you wait unless you a new modem, but you look at 8 me crane war is a proxy war. this is a war between russia and the united states. naz on, on, made. it comes to us. you get done in carbon dioxide. america forces are and you're not in your gage of conflict of russian forces. the american forces are here to defend nato ally for that bridge that nato escalates even more than the special military operation become a war. when you put those set of rules that yellow show and that'll that doesn't is my store. i see it that i see you at the us thinking postilion got what i mean with
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so i use 3 issue. nick and you stuff with only the still food or in your sewage. never speak of the girl who's with this is a firing position. the ra, several basements all around the place with similar firing positions. so what is this? if not, prove that ukrainians use civilian houses as the cover ukrainian nationalists forces are again accused of using civilian areas in don't pass as firing points. as an rti, crude visits the front lines with the wagner private military with a british writer who provoked to ra of the muslim world with a controversial book in the 980. some was previously issued with a.


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